JULIE SUMMERS : THE SECOND WORLD WAR REMEMBERED
Julie Summers is a bestselling historian of the Second World War.
‘Jambusters’ tells the fascinating story of how the Women’s Institute pulled Britain through the war with pots of jam and a spirit of make-do-and-mend. Through archive material and interviews with many WI members, Julie Summers takes us behind the scenes, revealing their nitty-gritty approach to the daily problems presented by the conflict.
Julie has also written:
‘When the Children Came Home’– stories of wartime evacuees’
‘Fashion on a Ration’– elegance and style during the war
‘Stranger in the House: Women’s Stories of Men Returning from the Second World War’
and ‘The Colonel of Tamarkan’- the real story of Philip Toosey and the bridge on the River Kwai
3.00p.m. WEDNESDAY 4th OCTOBER
North Road Brighton BN1 1YD-Corner with Queen’s Road
Tickets (£6.00) are available from
23 Western Road, Hove Tel 01273 725306 email@example.com or Eventbrite
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